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Experience ASU During COVID-19

Campus Tours 

We are so excited to have you on our campus! As we host campus visits we want our visitors to be mindful of the safety of our students, other guests, and employees. We will practice social distancing during the campus visit and will limit our tours to ensure the safety of our visitors. Face coverings worn over the nose and mouth are mandatory while on campus or in university facilities, both indoor and outdoor. We are being mindful of your safety and want to ensure you that safety will be our top priority along with showing you what the Ram Fam is all about!  During the campus tour, you will learn about academics, traditions, and history of ASU. Please be sure to wear comfortable shoes as this is a walking tour. 

If you are unable to visit campus at this time, you can still experience what ASU has to offer by taking a virtual tour. You can also connect with your Admission Counselor by booking a virtual meeting. Check out our opportunities below to connect virtually and feel free to reach out. We would love to hear from you!

Register for a Campus Tour 

Virtual Tour

Take a virtual, guided tour of the ASU campus and learn more about where you will learn, study, hang out, and live. 

Virtual Tour

Connect with My Admission Counselor

Our admission counselors are eager to hear your questions. Book a virtual meeting with your Admission Counselor. 

Book a Meeting Now!

Frequently Asked Questions

The FAQ’s below are provided for prospective and admitted students and their parents. You can also contact us for personal assistance with any of the matters below. We are happy to help you navigate this very difficult time.

Current ASU students, faculty, and staff should visit the ASU COVID-19 webpage for more information. 

  • How can I contact the Office of Admissions?

    You can email us at or call 325-942-2041, and we will connect you with an available counselor.

    Book a virtual appointment with an Undergraduate Admissions Counselor. 

  • Can I visit with a counselor in-person?

    The Office of Admissions is open and available to meet with you.

    We encourage social distancing and face coverings worn over the nose and mouth are mandatory while on campus or in university facilities, both indoor or outdoor. You can read the University System Face Covering Policy here. Visitors who cannot wear certain types of face coverings due to religious or medical reasons should wear an acceptable facial covering alternative such as a face shield, scarf, etc. 

    The best way to meet with a counselor is by email or phone. You can also book a virtual appointment. 

    You can email us at or call 325-942-2041, and we will connect you with an available counselor.

  • How do I apply to ASU?

    Absolutely! Learn more about how to apply and our admission requirements here.

  • When will campus tours and events resume?

    Campus tours and on-campus events have resumed and we hope you can join us on campus soon. To register for a campus tour, click here.  To see what events are hosted on campus as well as our virtual events, click here.

    You can also take a virtual tour and connect with your counselor.

  • How will this impact timing of admission notification?

    Currently, COVID-19 will not impact the timing of any admission decisions. Continue to check your email and RamPort regarding your admission status. If you need assistance accessing your RamPort account, please contact Information Technology at 325-942-2911. 

  • Are other offices at ASU open?

    Yes, ASU offices are available by email or phone. Several offices do not have staff available in the office on campus, but do have staff answering phones and emails remotely. Here is some information for other offices on campus you may need to contact:

    Financial Aid
    Financial Aid website

    Housing and Residential Programs
    Housing website

    Scholarships website 

  • The ACT/SAT test was rescheduled. How does that impact me?

    ACT and SAT have rescheduled some national testing dates. Check their websites for information about rescheduling.

    The ACT Testing Center does offer the ACT Residual Test. Please check the ASU Testing Center website for the next available ACT Residual Test dates.

    ASU does offer test optional opportunities. Go here for more information about our test-optional policy.

    Students who have already taken the ACT/SAT are encouraged to submit scores. 

    Please reach out to an admissions counselor to talk about your options.

  • I already took the ACT or SAT. How can I send you my scores?

    COVID-19 should not impact your ability to send us your ACT and/or SAT scores. The scores are sent to us electronically from ACT or SAT and can be ordered online at the links below. You will be required to log-in using the information you used to register for the test.

  • Will an ASU Admission Counselor be in my area soon?

    Admissions Counselors are traveling to a few high schools who are meeting face to face.  We encourage you to reach out to your admission counselor through email or book a virtual appointment with your counselor.

    Who is my admission counselor?